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The cornerstone

There's an old Indian legend that says my hometown of Cherokee, Oklahoma, is built in a valley so it can never be destroyed by a tornado. My husband says I should use the term Native American here - because Indians come from India - and someone might get offended. But where I grew up, even… Continue reading The cornerstone

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Full-Frontal Faith: My Testimony Unwinding

By Jaynee - October 17, 2020 Today was the most eventful day in my life so far. I’ve been crying for the past 6 hours, but not because I’m sad, or anxious, or annoyed, or angry. Over the last 10 months, I have been watching God at work all around me and have been seeing… Continue reading Full-Frontal Faith: My Testimony Unwinding

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Hiraeth: seeing the whole picture

“Give me a beginning,” I’d prayed for three days, and there, like a beacon (and on a Sunday morning to boot) it appeared on Crystal Martin's Facebook page. Hiraeth(n.) a homesickness for a home to which you  cannot return, a home which maybe never was; the nostalgia, the yearning, the grief for the lost places… Continue reading Hiraeth: seeing the whole picture


New things for 2019

Greetings and welcome to 2019! I hope your 2019 kicked off with a bang! We have hit the ground running, continuing some ongoing projects and heading into several new ones. Ministry updates Jaynee just returned from a four-day missions trip to Takuapa, in southern Thailand. A small group went to this rural village to tell… Continue reading New things for 2019


Graduating.. and America?

From Jaynee Hi everyone! It's nearing the end of this year and also nearing exam time!  Recently, I finished my classes and am now preparing to take the GED exams. Ultimately, my plan right now is to study/go into marketing and business, but I won't be going to university for a while. I'd like to… Continue reading Graduating.. and America?